News & Perspective

May 08, 2019

May 08, 2019

News Scan for May 08, 2019

Measles vaccine support
Yellow fever vaccine and dengue
MERS in health workers

Jul 23, 2018

Jul 23, 2018

News Scan for Jul 23, 2018

Measles in the Americas
Rotavirus vaccine and high-risk babies

Jun 12, 2018

Jun 12, 2018

News Scan for Jun 12, 2018

Tests rule out more Ebola cases
Colistin-resistant E coli in Vietnam
Orthobunyavirus research developments
Hospital precaution failure patterns
PCV and Hib vaccine impact
Global flu trends

Jun 13, 2017

Jun 13, 2017

News Scan for Jun 13, 2017

Zika and swallowing
Cholera in Somalia, Yemen
Pneumonia in young kids
Autism tied to maternal fever

Jun 07, 2016

Jun 07, 2016

News Scan for Jun 07, 2016

Zika emergency panel
Hospital MERS study
Ebola secondary spread
Childhood vaccines and seizures
H5N1 hits Nigeria again

Jun 10, 2015

Jun 10, 2015

News Scan for Jun 10, 2015

Mideast MERS cases
More H7N9 in China
Effect of rotavirus vaccine
Acid suppression and C diff
Vaccine exemptions
Zika virus alert

May 05, 2014

May 05, 2014

News Scan for May 05, 2014

H7N9 case, death in China
BSE in Brazil
More Caribbean chikungunya
Pertussis vaccination

Jun 13, 2003

Jun 13, 2003

D. A. Henderson sees reasons for concern, hope in infectious disease realm

(CIDRAP News) – Donald A. Henderson, MD, MPH, the man who did more than anyone else to eradicate smallpox, sees powerful reasons for both concern and hope in humanity's ancient battle against infectious diseases.

On one hand, with globalization and the threat of bioterrorism, the world now confronts a more dangerous microbial landscape than ever before, Henderson said this week in a lecture at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.

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